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Homework Help: Physics - Electromagnetism

Posted by Robert on Wednesday, July 25, 2012 at 2:17pm.

This is the last question for a final exam preparation sheet and I can't figure out the answer. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.

- One very long wire carries current 10.0 A to the left along the x axis. A second very long wire carries current 75.0 A to the right along the line
(y = 0.280 m, z = 0).

(a) Where in the plane of the two wires is the total magnetic field equal to zero? (along the y axis)


(b) A particle with a charge of -2.00 C is moving with a velocity of 150 Mm/s along the line (y = 0.100 m, z = 0). Calculate the vector magnetic force acting on the particle.


(c) What If? A uniform electric field is applied to allow this particle to pass through this region undeflected. Calculate the required vector electric field.

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